COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act Repayment of Delinquent Rent
Tenant repayment deadline has moved up to August 31, 2022
Civil Code §§ 789.4, 1785.20.4, 1788.65, 1788.66, 1942.9, and 1179.04.5; Code of Civil Procedure §§ 871.10, 1179.03, and 1179.05
During the COVID-19 pandemic, local governments adopted laws prohibiting property owners from evicting tenants due to failure to pay rent. Originally, the specified time in which a tenant could delay repayment could not be extended beyond May 31, 2023. The new date for which a tenant cannot delay repayment is now August 31, 2022.
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